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Once a TV reporter, she sings stories now

TV reporting gives way to singing her own stories

Singer-songwriter Nadia performs at Johnny D's Uptown in Somerville last winter, pursuing her career in music after hanging up her microphone as a broadcast journalist. Singer-songwriter Nadia performs at Johnny D's Uptown in Somerville last winter, pursuing her career in music after hanging up her microphone as a broadcast journalist. (LAURA BARISONZI)
By Cindy Cantrell
Globe Correspondent / June 22, 2008

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While working at television stations across the country, Nadia Salomon spent years reporting on other peoples' trials and tribulations. Now a singer-songwriter trying to make her mark in the local music scene, she's telling her own stories through song. (Full article: 600 words)

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